BIOS cannot see boot media on SSD

February 7, 2011 at 10:39:42
Specs: Windows 7 64k, i7 3.2G, 12Gb
I have SSD disk with Win7 64k OS on it and 3 separate HDs (RAID 5). When I switch on my computer is not able to identify my boot file on SSD, BIOS cannot see my SSD in the advance boot priority options. I have to restart again, press F8 for Asus BBS pop up and now it recognise my all disks SSD (as Raid but it is not a Raid) and RAID HD, CD, external disk and I am able to chose SSD, and then booting well and work perfectly. Win7 sees all disks. But I do not want to do it each time. I do not know where is the problem located. Please help me solve the problem and provide me with clear instructions, step by step what should I do.

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February 7, 2011 at 11:55:15
What motherboard are you using?

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February 7, 2011 at 13:09:10
Either the drive or the motherboard or some part in between is bad.

A system ought to boot exactly the same each time. It would be rare but even the power supply could cause this. Might be able to test this with volt meter.

I'd look at motherboard first at least the connections. Then you may have to swap known good parts.

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